The shades on this brightly accented building in West End Village grab the attention when passing by. The purpose of this building is in transition – in the short period since this photo was taken, some of the signage has changed, but the Shades remain.
This ferris wheel in the window of O. P. Taylor’s toy store on North Main Street was assembled from a K’nex building set. It is spinning all the time, much like this picture! They also sell other animated K’nex building sets.
In this small lot in the West End, there are three very large signs claiming “Absolutely NO PARKING. Violators subject to immediate towing or other action at vehicle’s owner’s expense”. There are four signs if the reflection can be counted. One has to wonder whether the driver of this car was the lot owner, or if they just needed a tow.
Today is Faschingsdienstag (Fat Tuesday, Mardi Gras) in Bavaria and they traditionally have pre-Lenten festivities with their own cultural flavor. The Bavarian Pretzel Factory had a “Faschings Party” last week, complete with a costume contest. See this link for more cultural details about Fat Tuesday in several countries.